Maclock Fencing - Red Phoenix - Custom Stainless Products
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Maclock Log Connector

Keeping Logs In Line

The Maclock Log Connector is the easy way to keep ends of logs together. In some situations, such as garden edges, sand pits, top rails to fences, the ends of logs move in different directions. It may be caused by soil movement, soil compacting against the logs, plant roots or many other forces - sometimes even bending of the logs due to exposure to the elements. Maclock Pergola Brackets can also be used to join the corners of the structure.

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Type S for Square Posts

The Maclock Log Connector will assist in all these situations and in hundreds of others you may think of. But remember, it is not meant to hold buildings together. There are more suitable methods for that function.

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Type R for Round Posts

Maclock Log Connector
· Lightweight, strong high tensile steel
· Galvanised finish for greater protection
· Curved to follow the profile of the log
· Flate surface for square posts
· Quick and easy to fix

Sizes: 120mm (4.7") long x 35mm (1.4") wide x 1mm (0.04") thickness with 4mm (0.16") diameter holes.

Fixing: Use flat headed spiral nails - 3.15mm (0.124") diameter x 40mm (1.6") long. Place the Maclock Log Connector so that the joint where the logs butt is in the centre of the Log Connector. Drive the spiral nails to tightly secure the connector to both logs. 2 or 3 can be used on each joint.

Usage: Type R = for Round Posts
Type S = for Square Posts

Packaging: Boxes of 50
Boxes of 100

Maclock Fasteners hold timber together